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A careful approach to digital scholarship
(Hybrid Pedagogy, 2015-07-14)
For a lot of reasons, the types of learning and knowledge valued in our world are diversifying. Networked participatory scholarship, which is increasingly carried out on social media platforms such as Twitter, provides ...
The trouble of ‘living with others’: language, community and the politics of belonging
(SAGE Journals, 2016)
In this article I ask myself the following question: ‘Rather than try to escape the seemingly awful choice between the private and the public, between the particular and universal, or between justice and freedom, I ask if ...
Trust schools and the politics of persuasion and the mobilisation of interest
(Taylor & Francis, 2011-06-21)
This paper sets out the theoretical and methodological approach of a study of the politics of persuasion and the mobilisation of interest in relation to the Trust schools initiative in England. Drawing on the discourse ...
The making of Irish-speaking Ireland: The cultural politics of belonging, diversity and power
This paper is about linguistic justice issues in the post-colonial context of an Irish-speaking region in the south-west of Ireland, drawing on a study of political mobilization around the Irish-medium education policy ...
Challenging lifelong learning policy discourse: Where is structure in agency in narrative-based research?
Can adult educational research on learning and identity counter the individualising of neoliberal government policy that seeks to constrain educational choices to those that contribute to government economic agendas? ...
Struggling for visibility in higher education: caught between neoliberalism 'out there' and 'in here' - an autoethnographic account
(Taylor & Francis, 2016-11-01)
What happens when neoliberalism as a structural and structuring force is taken up within institutions of higher education, and works upon academics in higher education individually? Employing a critical authoethnograph ...